The Americans #906
Sergeant Louis P. Mari
Confederate Army, 1862

Sergeant Mari rammed another bullet home in
his Springfield, lifted the rifle to his shoulder and
carefully took aim at the advancing blue line.
For a moment Sergeant Mari remembered the lush
Shenandoah Valley before the swarm of Yankees
had devastated the landscape.
Gall rose in his throat when he learned that
General Grant had ordered the destruction of Virginia
"so that crows flying over it ... will have to carry
their own provender."
So Sergeant Mari fired, fell back and reloaded, though
outgunned and outnumbered, in the years to come,
no one would ever say he was outfought.

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